People who worked on the Norwegian-sponsored Myanmar Peace Support Initiative at risk from regime and in urgent need of support from the West.
Min Aung Hlaing’s daughter Khin Thiri Thet Mon could have a controlling role over 18 million people’s secret data.
Campaigners say the sale of the telecoms network will hand the regime more than 18 million users’ data to the regime.
A client of the Norwegian firm’s Myanmar subsidiary says its planned sale to a junta-linked firm will violate his rights under Norway’s data protection law.
Myanmar’s Civil Disobedience Movement and National Unity Government are reportedly on the list of nominees for the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize.
The regime reportedly prefers that a local firm or consortium buy all or part of the Norwegian-owned telecom company, over a sale to Lebanon’s M1 as planned.